Split

After 10 years of construction works, a retired Roman emperor Diocletian moved to a luxurious residence made in a form of a fortified castle, called Diocletian's Palace...

Split was named after the Mediterranean shrub broom, which blooms with tiny, intensive yelllow flowers: The Greek name for it is Aspalathos. Although all the stories about Split begin with the story of the Palace, one of the most important architectural and cultural historical monuments in the late antique style, accepted by UNESCO with the proposal that the historic core of Split together with the Palace of Diocletian be inscribed in the list of the world heritage, we need to point out that this region is one of the sunniest areas in Europe with 2700 sunny hours a year, with an abundance of Mediterranean and sub tropical vegetation, richly decorated with the palms, agaves, cacti. With the passage of time Split has become the most important economic educational, sport and cultural centre.

Split is 1700 years old, situated at the slope of the hill Marjan, a favourite promenade and resort of the citizens of Split.The most intrigued characteristics of the town have been mirrored in the mediterranean temperament of its citizens. Split has population of 200.000 people and as many will observe and agree, the most beautiful women in the world.